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Luke Martin of SEK, CPAs & Advisors, heads the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 board of directors.

Stephen Christian remains on the executive board as Chamber president.

New Chamber board
2020 BOARD: Front Row L-R: Kim Crider, Luke Martin, Angela Lynch, Michael Connor Second Row: David Grant, Robin Russell, Teresa DiLoreto Third Row L-R: Stephen Christian, Angela Quigley, Van Gray Fourth Row L-R: Carla Christian, Jeff Truhan, Jocelyne Melton, Camilla Rawleigh Back Row L-R: Brad Evans, Brian Wise, Adam Donius. (Photo courtesy Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce)

In addition to Lukas and Christian, the Chamber board includes Kim Crider of Optavia (Immediate Past Chair), Michael Connor of Walker, Connor & Spang, LLC (Treasurer), Pat Abbott of Strickler Insurance Agency (Secretary), Angela Quigley of SEK, CPAs & Advisors (DCI Chair), Robin Russell of Manpower (Foundation President), Eric Foreman of Patriot Federal Credit Union (CADC Vice President).

The full Board also includes Carlos Perez (CPA Wireless Boost Mobile), Jeff Truhan (The Shook Home and the Quarters at the Shook), Brad Evans (Bartlett Tree Expert Company), Angela Lynch (Chambersburg Area School District Foundation), Bill Boltz (ULTA Distribution), Jake Naugle (Patriot Federal Credit Union), Camilla Rawleigh (Wilson College), Van Gray (GearHouse Brewing Co.), Brian Wise (BWise Manufacturing LLC), Carla Christian (Chambersburg Memorial YMCA), Adam Donius (Chick-fil-A), Theresa DiLoreto (SpiriTrust Lutheran), David Grant (Keystone Health_ and Jocelyne Melton (Baxter Group, Inc.).

For more details, please contact the Chambersburg Chamber at 717-264-7101 or visit Chambersburg.org.

The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization. It’s dedicated to helping businesses prosper and enhancing the quality of life in the Chambersburg area. Established in 1911, the Chamber has more than 750 members and is the largest business advocacy organization in Franklin County.

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The Chamber Staff is always available to talk with you about how your business could greatly benefit from membership.

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